Red Bull ended up 1-2 with Max Verstappen ending up on top in FP3 of F1 British GP from Sergio Perez as Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc was third.

It was cloudy but dry weather at Silverstone in FP3 of F1 British GP as Red Bull bounced back from Friday to Saturday where Verstappen was fastest with a 1m27.901s lap from Perez, as Ferrari’s Leclerc ended up third.

His teammate Carlos Sainz was sixth facing same problem as he did on Friday in high-speed section which allowed the Mercedes duo of George Russell and Lewis Hamilton to slot into fourth and fifth in a better show from them.

Russell noted about no bouncing at one point which was a plus for Mercedes. McLaren’s Lando Norris was seventh from Alfa Romeo’s Valtteri Bottas, Haas’ Mick Schumacher and Alpine’s Fernando Alonso in the Top 10.

It was a good lap from both Bottas and Schumacher, who were outside the Top 10 on Friday. The Alpine pair got stuck around the Top 10 with Alonso making it in and Esteban Ocon just outside in 11th from Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel.

Alfa Romeo’s Zhou Guanyu was 13th with Williams’ Alexnader Albon continuing his good work in 14th with the updates. For AlphaTauri, it was another difficult session where Pierre Gasly was only 15th and teammate Yuki Tsunoda in 17th.

Aston Martin’s Lance Stroll was 16th who dropped off a bit after a better show on Friday. It wasn’t a good lap from McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo to be 18th with Williams’ Nicholas Latifi in 19th and Haas’ Kevin Magnussen 20th, who couldn’t get a good lap in.

Here’s what was said after Friday of F1 British GP